TOnight: Banjo & Drift back to Protest and Folk Music in the 60s.
Friday, October 11, 2013 11:58 PM
Sat., Oct. 12, 7pm at Price Chopper:
"Folk Music and Protest in the Sixties." by Military Historian Larry Yates. Paisley shirts, psychedelic pipes, sun dresses, black lights, smoking Mary Jane, trippin...to the music, long hair, daisy chains, sandals and peace & love. Oh, yes. And war. "One toke over the Line, Baby"*#!
Larry has given talks like "We Don't Need No Stinking History," "The Cold War," & "Why We Go To War." He is fantastic with his wit and facts! Come laugh and cry about the sixties as Larry charms us with his knowledge and banjo picking..........
This is a NO Miss! Drift.......back to the 60s..............
Idea is to talk about folk music in the 1960s and how it changed as the decade became more violent.
Larry >Diplomatic/Military Historian
Larry has spoken to the Skeptics other times on titles like : "We Don't Need Stinking History", "The Cold War: What it Was and How We Survived to Talk About It" "Why We Go to war" And now this. This should be fun plus he said he will bring his banjo.
We'll go to the Blue Moose afterward.